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Women. Stronger. Together.

What happens when you put 100 Women with purpose and influence in a room together?


We Become Stronger. Together. 


100 Women, who are stronger together, will gather at Melbourne’s home for social impact, Donkey Wheel House, the home of Kinfolk, where people do business differently.
100 Women will learn from each other, connect with each other and together, we will accelerate and advance the impact that each of us have. At this event, for just 100 Women, you will:
  • Learn from 3 Australian Financial Review Women of Influence about what it takes to make a difference.
  • Connect with likeminded women who want to have greater impact in the work they do.
  • Advance your cause, or connect with and support a cause that will make your heart sing.

About Events by Kinfolk

Located in the heart of the Melbourne CBD in the former tramway building at 673 Bourke Street, Kinfolk is the ideal venue for 100 Women to have a night out that really matters. Kinfolk is a social enterprise that provides cafes, catering and event spaces. Kinfolk addresses social inclusion through great coffee and seasonal food. Kinfolk volunteers are the driving force of this social enterprise and their contributions make a difference with 100% of Kinfolks distributable profits being donated to partner charities every year.

When & Where?

Kinfolk "The Depot"

Level 2

673 Bourke Street


Michelle Redfern